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Secutech India 2019 offers networking opportunities for the commercial security, smart home and fire safety sectors

Security industry stakeholders from across the subcontinent have descended upon Mumbai for the 8th edition of Secutech India, which opens its doors today at the Bombay Exhibition Center. Taking place from 25 – 27 April, the fair offers business, networking and sourcing opportunities for India’s commercial security, smart home and fire safety sectors. In addition, plenty of educational value can be gained through the fairs fringe events, which include a fire safety training and two fu...

ACRE to acquire RS2 Technologies as part of strategic expansion plans for access control business and product portfolio

ACRE, renowned global provider of state-of-the-art security systems, has announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire RS2 Technologies in Munster, Indiana. This purchase will enhance ACRE’s strategic expansion plans for strengthening its access control business and product portfolio. Following on from the recent acquisition of Open Options in December of 2018, ACRE continues to build its access control strength and reach in the North American market. ACRE’...

Vanderbilt and ComNet to highlight their ability to aid customers’ security journey at IFSEC 2019

Vanderbilt, a global provider of state-of-the-art security systems, announced that they will jointly attend this year’s IFSEC International with sister-company ComNet. The 2019 tradeshow takes place between June 18-20, at ExCeL London. In addition to their flagship products and prominence in open platforms and integrations, both companies, under the ACRE banner, will also highlight their ability to aid customers in every step of their security journey. “From the moment our customers...

What is the role of ethical hackers to ensure cybersecurity?

Ethical hackers are familiar to the world of cybersecurity. As cybersecurity awareness increases in physical security, they are also playing a larger role to ensure the safety of networked and information technologies used in our market. We asked this week’s Expert Panel Roundtable: What is the role of ‘ethical hackers’ to ensure cybersecurity of networked products in the physical security market?

How do news reports influence opinions about security?

When security topics become a part of current events, it is usually in a negative light. Security generally only becomes news when it fails, sometimes in a dramatic, high profile and tragic way. However, security failures can also shed light on lessons learned and opportunities to improve. Working toward better security can translate into the purchase of more goods and equipment supplied by our market. For additional insights into the intersection of security and current events, we asked this we...

ISC West 2019: Vanderbilt to highlight ACT365 cloud-based solution

Booth number: 26087 Vanderbilt, a subsidiary of ACRE LLC, is a global creator of security systems. Vanderbilt’s innovative approach to security technology – from design and manufacturing, through to distribution – makes environments safe, secure and easy to maintain. Vanderbilt’s products range from single-user systems to highly customised applications that fit the unique requirements of leading multi-national corporations. At ISC West, Vanderbilt will highlight its ACT3...

Vanderbilt expands product portfolio with ACTpro 1500 PoE Ultra Controller

Vanderbilt, global provider of state-of-the-art security systems, has announced the release of the ACTpro 1500 PoE Ultra Controller. In line with the ACT philosophy of not being difficult or time-consuming to install and use, this latest development to Vanderbilt’s staple access control system brings the power and advantages of PoE Ultra hardware to the fore. ACTpro 1500 PoE IP Ultra Controller The ACTpro 1500 is a single door IP Controller and includes a dual-port Ethernet switch" &ld...

OnSSI releases Ocularis 5.7 VMS with a new Recorded Video Backup function

OnSSI announces the launch of Ocularis 5.7, the latest release of the company’s industry leading Video Management System (VMS) solution. Key featured enhancements of Ocularis 5.7 include a new Recorded Video Backup function that allows recorded video to be saved to a secondary location on the system at no extra cost. Additionally, the new Mirrored Recordings feature, available in Ocularis 5.7 Ultimate, allows the simultaneous recording of all cameras on two recording servers, ensuring tha...

What characteristics do salespeople require in the physical security industry?

A basic tenet of sales is ABC – always be closing. But it's a principle that most professional salespeople would say oversimplifies the process. Especially in a sophisticated, high-tech market such as physical security, the required sales skills are much more involved and nuanced. We asked this week's Expert Panel Roundtable: What unique characteristics are required of salespeople in the arena of physical security systems?

How biometrics, integration and cloud tops the list of access control trends in 2019

The access control industry tends to be more conservative when it comes to the adoption of new technology and services for end users, but that doesn't mean that 2019 won't provide a significant amount of progress through emerging trends taking shape in the industry. In addition to the increased adoption and acceptance of the cloud, mobile credentials and biometrics are becoming more mainstream, and integrations between manufacturers will take centre stage. Here, we take a look at these and othe...

Vanderbilt’s SPC intrusion system receives NF A2P Cyber-RTC cybersecurity standard certification

Vanderbilt, the global provider of state-of-the-art security systems, has announced that the award-winning SPC system has been accredited to the NF A2P Cyber-RTC cybersecurity standard from the CNPP. The SPC intrusion system was tested by CNPP to ensure that it meets the latest needs for cybersecurity. This is part of Vanderbilt’s continuous endeavour and commitment to work with approval bodies to ensure both the best-in-class security and the confidence that your security system is secur...

What technology trend will have the biggest impact on physical security in 2019?

The year ahead holds endless promise for the physical security industry, and much of that future will be determined by which technologies the industry embraces. The menu of possibilities is long – from artificial intelligence to the Internet of Things to the cloud and much more – and each technology trend has the potential to transform the market in its own way. We tapped into the collective expertise of our Expert Panel Roundtable to answer this question: What technology trend will...

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Vanderbilt ACT365 addresses access control security concerns at Study Abroad University, London

Access control has become a central component for the safety and security strategies of today's schools, and due to the complicated threats and challenges these facilities face, a school's access control technology must be innovative and intelligent enough to ensure comprehensive protection. The education sector is a gateway to the future for young people all over the world. But to assure this passage, schools must guarantee their students safety as well as their education. One such example of...

Vanderbilt’s ACT365 cloud-based access control solution protects Work.Life facility in London

Security installation specialist Vision Security Services installed Vanderbilt’s ACT365, a cloud-based access control and video management system, at Work.Life, a co-working and private offices facility in London Fields, east London. ACT365 solution was implemented late in the construction stage, as initially, the client had used a conventional system, before realising late-on the benefits available from cloud management. Essentially, the client needed unified management of access points...

Vanderbilt’s SPC IP security system protects Coop retail chain in Switzerland

Coop wanted a security system to protect a number of their valuable instore goods, such as home electronics, cell phones, and tablets, perfumes, and jewellery. They wanted a modular alarm system that could transmit reliably with the most modern means of communication to the standard alarm receiving centres in Switzerland. They also wanted a solution that had proven reliability and fast alarm detection, and that was certified according to SES EN standards. It was essential that this solution wou...